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Savannah, Georgia
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train travel

Information re train from Nice FRA to Monaco

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Liverpool, United...
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1. Re: train travel

What information do you want?

Thanks

You're welcome!

Edited: 08 August 2018, 01:30
Wengen, Switzerland
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for Switzerland
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9,054 posts
1 review
2. Re: train travel

Go to the Nice train station. Buy a ticket to Monaco. Take the next train. This is as trivial as taking the subway in New York.

Here’s a tip for next time: Proper grammar and punctuation does help...

Warwickshire...
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2 reviews
3. Re: train travel

Is this a question?

Appears to be a statement

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87 posts
8 reviews
4. Re: train travel

What is wrong with these people.........

So rude, ignorant and uncivilised......

And not the first time from this particular neck of the woods..........

We really shouldn't give them the time of day, never mind train travel advice - wouldn't really want to find myself sitting next to them on a long journey..........

Wickenburg, Arizona
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1,127 posts
5. Re: train travel

It's the same thing on all the forums, no manners at all. What "neck of the woods" are we talking about?

Edited: 08 August 2018, 03:32
Brussels, Belgium
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37,275 posts
3 reviews
6. Re: train travel

Just googling French Railways (or SNCF) would have found you e.g. https://en.oui.sncf/en/

There are direct TER (normal, non-high-speed) trains from Nice-St. Augustin, Nice-Ville and Nice Riquier stations to Monaco - Monte Carlo (final destination is usually Ventimiglia, which is Vintimille in French, but it can be Menton or Monaco) every 15 mins or so on weekdays and the trip takes between 15-20 mins. Basically you can just go to whichever station is convenient for you, buy a ticket, VALIDATE IT IN THE MACHINE - ask the ticket clerk if you are unfamiliar with this concept - and get on the next train. It costs €3.50 one way - you don't say whether you would be returning to Nice. But then you don't say much at all about EXACTLY what information you want. A forum isn't a substitute for the train operator's website!

Imperia, Italy
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for Italian Riviera
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7. Re: train travel

Schedule here https://cdn.ter.sncf.com/medias/PDF/paca/FH_…

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